Published on August 14, 2018
Google’s ninth version of Android was finally out and the codenamed Android P is called pie has finally let the cat out of the bag and yes you can surely get it right now if you have got a Pixel phone. Preview is very important, therefore, recently in March, the company released the first phone to preview called Android 9 with the support of multiple numbers of cameras and notches (so apps could work better with them) therefore for them the improved notifications, some design tweaks, AI-powered adaptive brightness, and under-the-hood enhancements.
As we have seen in many and subsequent previews the company official rollout by taking up a bunch of features. these all include App Actions which contextually predicts what you’ll want to do next with your phone (like firing up your favorite playlist when you plug in your headphones), and Slices, which brings up useful bits of apps without requiring you to open them (like a shortcut to get a Lyft home when you look up the app in Search). There are many things which help us to bundles an App Timer that lets you set a limit and also you can how long you can use certain apps and with regard to this there is also the Digital Wellbeing package a new Do Not Disturb function that suppresses visual interruptions like notifications, and the Wind Down feature, which turns on Do Not Disturb and fades your screen to grayscale around the time you go to bed. If you’re on a Pixel, you can try it right now by signing up for the beta using your email address associated with Google Play.
for navigating across the OS using gestures there are many interaction fronts where you will find a revamped quick setting menu the ability to grab a screenshot from the power menu and smart suggestions for replying to messages in notifications. One more interesting news from Google was that there is a new Google security key which helps you to prevent sensitive data on your system and will restrict apps from accessing your phone’s mic, camera, and other sensors when they’re running in the background and if we talk for them who aren’t using a pixel so now you have to wait at least until the fall, when Pie will begin rolling out to Android One devices, as well as those that were part of the P beta program